Question about 2000 Yamaha TT 600 R
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I own a 1990 Suzuki DR650RS, big single four valve air cooled. 70,000k's. Just finished replacing a broken 3rd gear from when a broken part of kickstart spring broke off, entering gears!! I was pleasantly surprised to find all bearings, cam faces, gears, shafts etc all well within Service Manual tolerances...no other work was required. I have used Castrol since racing Ducati singles in early 70's and current best oil for my DR is POWER1 GPS 4T, a 10w-40. I have no problems of other riders regarding clutch drag or sticking after a few days idle. Very suited to high variances in temperature, typical of air cooled thumpers. Cheers.
Posted on May 12, 2010
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